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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1867

knowing that they have obtained their scats there by disfranchising and dishonoring those Whom tlicy havo loved and honored through lifo. But this disgraceful sacrifico does not stop with tho convention. Jt must be contin ued in tho Government of tho State, and in filling all thc offices in tho State. Every Judge on thc Bench, from tho venerable Chief Justice down to the youngest member of the judiciary, must throw aside his gown, and will no longer be permitted to administer justice in South Carolina. All who lmvo served in tho Legislature, or filled tho ollico of .Justice of thc Perice, are excluded from any partici pation in tho administration of thc Govern ment. In the place of those .Judges, Gover nors, Legislators and distinguished men, who aro disfranchised nnd declared unworthy of holding office, the negroes are substituted ! lt is not surprising thal the radical members of Congress should wish to exclude from tho councils of thc nation nil representatives who nrc worthy of ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1867

Opinion of tho Attorney General. 1 [CONOLUl>KD."j legislative Act, in derogation of an existing right. It is. in effect, a jaw which takes awny an oxisting right as a consequence of nets done ftt a prior Umo, and which, at tho limo they Wore done, entailed no such consequences, iii tho late cuso before thc Supreme Court of thc United States upon tho teat oath prescribed hy an Act of Congress to bo l iken by lawyers, hy which tho exclusion from the right ta prac tico their profession was mady to arise from prior participation in thc rebellion, the court says : " As tho oath prescribed oaliiiot bc taken by these parties, the Actas against them operates ss a legislative decree of perpetual exclusion, and exclusion flinn any bf the pro fessions or any of tho ordinary avocations of life, for past conduct, can i ? regarded in un other light than as a punishment for such conduct. Tho exaction bf tho oath is th" mode provided for ascertaining the parlies up on whom the Act is intended lo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1867

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& POETRY. The Mountain Fine. II Y M I S S J r I. I A I? I, K A S A N T S . Let others H?ii{jr of (in- myrtle tree, And (lia mik .so proud and tall; Hui tho my li lo linios, nm) tho Oak oil sinnlos, Disappear when Hie snow storms tall. They may also toll of I lie aspen bongil, Where thu silvery dunoon* sbiuo, Util fur ino. I'll ring HIV shell uml sing Ot'thc lordly mountain pine. Oh ! tlic broad catalpa's crest is fair, Willi its blossoms blustering white, bike ibo starlight Tree, on a deep green sea, When tho mooii bulli Heil ibo night ; Ami tho locust looks like n pale young brillo ; When thc April .sunbeams shine ; Dill a prouder thing is tho forest king ls tho lordly mountain pine. 1 have heard then) boast of ll|0 Southern...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1867

vfcv*- ?Mt*?*t??y +fv*11 v,? Y-, . * Vt1i#,^'Mv? ? jno'.tu by nil your tulk i?, f? it vfo qioy getbaok to selfgoyeiunioiit nod representation in Con Sea.s, if wu all boootno Republicans and vote e Hud toa 1 ticket." No Sir J I do not moan that. 1 heartily wish you yere all Ropubli cana; for I believe tho Republican party, Whilo it baa made somo mistakes, and includes porhnps its fair share of tho fools and rascals, does yet embody tho nobler instincts and more generous aspirations of the American People. But many of yn arc uot Republicans; and I do not seek the votes of those for my ?.icket, except in yo fur as they shall bo heartily con verted to my faith, I expect tho rest to voto what they cull tho Conservativo ticket ; Mind I ask of them only ; I. That they interpose no obstacle to u.uy man's Voting dbe Kepuhli : oan tiokot who wa:.ts to; and 2. That they select from their own ranks men who can take tho path prescribed by Congress, so that their choieo -shall nowise embarrass no...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1867

thc pence, or of tho coimni*ion of any crime | or offence, uro rcejuested U muko oom plaint thereof ut once to thc Chief of Police, or Marshal, of tho city or town ; or, if thc crime or disorder sholl bo comuittcd without tho limits of any city or town, to a Magistrate or tho Sheriff of the county or district; and if prompt action shall not be taken by thc officer to whom thc ?natter shall bc reported, such persons aro requested to report, all thc facts to tho Post Commander and lo the Provost Marshal General. Iluprisonmont for default in payment of costs, fees or charges of Courts, Attorneys or JPublio Officers, shall not exceed thirty days. Hy command of Major-General I). K Sio KI.KS. J. W. Cf.O US, i Captain 38th jj. S. Infantry, A. D. C. and ; A. A. A. Ci. G KN KU Al, OltDKH Ni). 31. - It ?S stated thnt the cause which led to thc issuing nf Or- ^ der No. 34 was a belief on the part id' Gen- . ral Sickles that justice was not as promptly ! administered in some parts of the Stat? ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1867

JVC IS O 332 .A^Y. THE BROKEN HU ART. HV WA8UINC?X0N 1UVINO. ' '-. " I never hoard Of any, ''HO affcotton, but 'twas nipt - With CUD. Hint, Uko the entornillar eats Tho loaves of tho sprlug's awoctosi book, the roic." MlDDI.KTItN. It ia a cotnmon praotico ' with thoso who , havq. outlived tho susceptibility of early feel ing, or have been brought up in tho gay heart lessness of dissipated lifo, to laugh at all love .stories; nod to trout tho talcs of romantic pas sion ns iuoro fictions of novelists and poets. My.observations on human nature have in duced mp to think othorwiso. Thoy have convinood mo that howovor thc surface of tho ohai'uotcr may bo oliillcd and frozen hy tho ca.ms of tho world, or cultivated into mere ,sni i les by tho, arts of society, still there arc dormant, fires lurking in tho dopths of thc coldest .bosom, which, when ouco enkindled, become impetuous, and arc sometimes desola ting in their effects. Indeed, I nm a true bo liover in tho blind deity, and go to thc...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1867

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& POETBT. . Hopo. Never il'?pair! ' The darkest cloud That over loomed will pass away ; Thc longest hight will yield lo ?lawn Tho dawn will kindle into day ; What ir around thy lonely hark Hreak Herc a aol.high tho wave? of sorrow, St rcmli es cry oar?-there's land ahead, Aul thou wilt g.iiu tho pori to .morrow, When fortune frown?, ami summer friends, Like hmls thal fear a storm depart ; ?Some, il" Hiv hreasl have tropic warmth, Will stay and neille around thy heart - If I (iou arl pom-, no joy is won, No good is gained hy Hil I repining: flema hurled in tho darkened earth May yoi be gathered for the mining. There is no lot however sud, There is liOTOof however low. Hui has some ,"loy to make it gl.id, Some blteiil bliss lo ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1867

* '*?W1>> IW*??>??M M*r+*U*K? im Jit*C.tU?L*BB *" *'?*** "ff***." Slr. Howard's valuablo Essay that it is do terviog our groatosJpprniso. Iiis experiments were Bp varied, so thorough, and the descrip tion how to lay down moadows and pastures both for summer and winter so minuto, yet BO full, that it certainly deserves to bo oonsideved the promiifm Essay .on Orassos for the South. Coming toQi 6B 4ft doo?, whoo our social and political conditions aro BO -.changed as to do mand'n corresponding ohaiigo in mir agricul tural pursuits, it justly deserves to bo consid ered tho boon wo so much want. And, I otfrnostly recommend to each member, not only lo read tho entire Essay of Kev. Mr. Howard, but with resolute determination to practico upon his advice. All which is respectfully submittod, ll. F. SIMPSON. -.-? ? *-- -- TllE GREAT METROPOLIS SKK.V THROUGH T?IB " INDEPENDENT" SPECS.-THEODORE 'PILTON has been looking in New York by gas-light, and dare* not tell what he saw. lio says ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1867

R??ISTBATION. IMPORTANT. OIlUUR J>ROM O EN. SICKLFS. HKADQR'TERS 2D MILITARY DISTRICT, I Charleston, S. C., Moy 8, 1807. j [General Onlers Aro. 18.] 1. On tho third Monday of July next, in obedi ence to tho requirements of tho Act of Congress, pained March 2.UI, 1807, Oom in andi il g General will proceed and causo to bo toado ? Registra tion of tho malo oiti/.oiiH of tho United Slates, twonty-ono year? of agc and ap warda, residents of North nnd South Carolina, not disfranchised for participation in tho rebellion, or for felony nt common law. II. Ono or moro Hoards of Registration, con sisting of throe discreet and qualified persone, to bo appointed by thc Commanding General, will bo organized in ouch county or city, to inulto nnd complete thc Registration, superintend tho election to bo hold thereafter for Dologntos to a Convention to fruiuo ii Constitution, nnd mnko roturen to him of tho voters. list of votors. and of tho persons elected as Delegates by a plural ity of tho vot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1867

m * POLITICAL. fetter from General Longstreet. Thc Now Orleans " Republican" publish es thc following letter from General Loxo OTHKKT. Tho Republican claims that thc Goncral has taken his stand upon thc platform of their vitality, and that with the surrender of .General Lv.K nothing remained to tho South but to accept tho situation : NKW ORLEANS, May IG, 1SG7. G?nerai Jame* Longstreet : GENERAL-In your admirable letter of the Gth ultimo you remark that <f our efforts nt reconstruction will ho vain and useless unless wo embark in the enterprise with the sinceri ty of purpose which will command success." Tho spirit which inspired the above para graph, together with tho fact that thousands of bravo soldiors are still ready to follow their leader wherovcrhemay see lit to call thom, baa emboldened mo to extend to you an invitation to attend a mass meeting in Lafayette square to-morrow evening, nt which tho lion. I lour) Wilson, a distinguished leader in tho Repub Jican party, will add...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 June 1867

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& jr-y^f jtu JL' JrG X . Opinion of the Attorney-General as to the Powers of the Military Commanders ATTOUNKY-G KN KU A K'S Omer., June 12, 18G7. The President. Hm : On the. 24th ultimo, t had tho hon or to transmit for your consideration my opin ion upon sonic of thc questions arising under the reconstruction Acts therein referred to. I now proceed to give my opinion on the remain ing questions, upon which thc military com manders require instructions. First,-as to thc powers and duties of these commanders. The original Act recites, in its preamble, that " no legal State Governments or adequate protection for life or property exist" in those ten States, and that " it is necessary that, peace and good order should bc enforced...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 June 1867

gp; < { , JJY REQU KST. . ' . * . From thVWiwborry Herald; . . Gov PERRY : Iua|ormer number of>his .paper I gavo ? brief notico of sotao of-tho points, of your loto loltor, ifbioh ^addressed . to tho Editprs. ? I uow address you, beoauae " ' I pr?fet tho uso of tho second porapn to that thal ?hird, when either ono br tlur^thor is to bo repeated. ' I will abo adopt the singular number*of tho personal prououn, and hence forth it will bo, ? you" and " t." You. havo undertaken iu these letters to ar raign, not ? few porsona, nor a particular elass, but a whole people, aud to put them on trial for tho highest political oritno,-thc betrayal of their country. In making tho charges you haYo thus preferred, you have exhibited your true oharaoter of boldness. You havo taken no pains to qualify your . words, or to soften tho epithets which you havo applied to your political adversaries. Thoso with whom you differ in opinion you charge with no less a crime than treason to tho State.- * In...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 June 1867

'??frSf'T "<:. .I'. ^?i,?', i.i nh 'i-?H JV Hggg ACTION OF THE EXECUTIVE IN THE SOUTH KUN COMPLICATIONS.-Tho ? National lu tolligonccr," of Wednesday morning, oriya : " It sooms to ho settled definitively that in structions will nt on co be sent to tho several military commanders nt tho South,, requiring thom to conform, their action in reference to the registration and qualifications of voter? to .tho views expressed.in- the two opinions of tho Attorney-General recently submitted to tho President and.Cabinet, and approved by thom. The determination upon this point, and its partial development, probably gnvo risc to tho confident tone indulged by 'Wash ington correspondents of the Northern press ns to-imuiedinte and thorough notion in res pect to other points embraced in the opinion ? of the AttorneydJeneral, published by us on Monday. Doubtless however, n correspon dence will speedily be opened with thc Gene rals who have"usurped the power of removine civil State officers nt, th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 June 1867

O?AHI?H OF-ATTORNEY GENERAL. [CONCI/UUKD?j ynust construe it lo be prospective, mid not votronclive. Otherwise it would take thc character ol' nu ex pout, facto hnv. There fore, in thc absence of any language which it gives the Act a retrospect, 1 do not hesitate to say it cannot apply to past offences. There is no legislative power given under thi.t military bill to establish a new criminal code. The authority given is to try.and pun ish criminals and offenders, nod luis proceeds upon the idea I hut crimes and offences have boen committed; bul no persou can bd ea lied n criminal or an offender for doing an net which, when dune, waa not prohibited by law. But, ns to tho mensur? of punishment, 1 regret to bc. obliged to S'iy Hint it is left alto gether to the military authorities, with only this limitation, (lint ibo punishment to be in hinted shall not bo cruel or unusual. The military commission may try the accused, lix tho measure of punishment, oven to the pen alty of death, and ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1867

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& POETRY. Thousands and Thousands Stand.' . Thousands nnd thousands stnnil Around thc throne of light, With harp" tn ovcry hand, And clothed in virgin while; Th?y joyfully ndorc Hie Lamb, )tjp And magnify the grout 1 Am ! Like ooeah's waves that break Upon th' encircling shore,. Thu melody rolls ou E?hoing ovormore I Holy ! AMo?l Holy Lord and King, With ransomed powers Thy praise they sing. " Not unto us, 0 Christ, Not unto us," thoy. cry, "Thou hast salvation wrought, Thine ia tho victory I : To Thoe thedo radiant crown?) wc o?ve, Thono ?potloss l obes Thou didst bestow ! Lord, wo would blend otu KU?B With that triumphant stiuiit, 'And ns W roll? along Echo it back nguiu I Ono holy Church on earth-abovo. Unites lo sing that...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1867

mm Bena tor Wade's Spoooh at Sawreaoe, Kan sas I1? Views on Female Suffrage, Reconstruc tion, and thc Relation of Capital and Labor. Tho special co-respondent of vtho Now York Times," writosfroua L'awrcRQO;. Kansas, tinder date of June, 1$ : i . .Siooe?omo historical tuvr^ortaiiooMs likely '.tc/bo attached to the snooob, and inasmuch ns . the _ telegraph, bungled - tho brief/ report I *ent through thut channel, it may bo. worth' whilo for mo to -givo your readcrs^M'- full a sketofi as possible from the notes I took at tho timo, and which 1 fortunately preserved. . After tho applansO;with which ho was wo! coined had subsided, tao Senator remarked that ho had uo intention of making a speech. Ile had tried to do so at Omaha, andas hothon broke down in tho midst of his remarks, ho did not feel oncouragod to repeat tho attempt on tho prosent occasion. Still, there wore ^BQgno thoughts which always suggested them selves in Kansas. Thcro tho great buttle be tween freedom and slavery hud bo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1867

-????-j II ? i ? ii III n i >< )urtyin*HU*?i A SENSIBI.? VIEW OF KECONSTUUOT?ON. -Tho ? ltiohmond Whig" has nrridftj?l tho following sonsiblo and practical cofWmsions I f Our opinion is that tho prcseut is the prop er time to heal tho wounds inflctcd by tho war, to build up what is thrown down, and to cstoro what is destroyed. . .In tho groat process of reconstruction, up on whioh wo aro about to enter-a reconstruc tion not only political, but social and indus triol--wo of tho South ure required ti play a part:-au humbler part than is agreeable, or than has been our wont-but still an i in poi- j tant part. . Wo must, however, remember in tho beginning" that wc cannot, by any octipn 1 of ours, change tho status of thc Northern people or of tho Southern negroes. Their status is fixed, and will bo maintained, no.niut ter what wo may do. Hut wo can make our condition agreeable or disngrconble^that is, ?our action will bo influential in in o ural n g the .action of those upon whom ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1867

MISCELLANY. ^ The Coquette's PJoye. Ah? littto glove I ali, little glove, Hov/ many hoarts thou'st broken I How milly times tliou'et lalkod-.of levo When not n word was spoken ! What, faithless signals thou hast made ! What cruel kindness 'grouted I What buds of protniso Closed to fudo! What sood of sorrow planted I How'strong thy uusuapected strength, Thou milo of a magician, Leading, ns Mi ou hast over led, From pleasure to perdition! How oft thou'st lured poor mortui* on, . Dy soiiio concealed alt rael ion ! How oft, too, Uko fair Circu?s wand, Thy touoli has caused distraction-! How many aro thy charming crimes, Thy guilty fascinations, 'hy virgin virtuos, modest signs, Mero mocking machinations ! Most dangorous when most domuro, ' Most wicked whou most winning, Thou maks't t!iy trusting lover doubt If such sin bo sinning. Thy victim koep? thoo next hia hoart Long after thou'st deceived him, And fondles in his breast tho dart . That of his-joy bereaved him. Ho'U hovering stund '...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 July 1867

<ag?ig?yA^ ?r??y?-j.'..'.'.':'>. ..i ?-???.^--y.?? '\?AJ? ?a LJ I?^^ LJ [i i^^^i ^ Lj^^^ - :. _ "?7'" ''?W oitn self bc true, and it. must follow, ^'""'^"'^^ f/s tn(' n!tfht tho <%, crt?*..?/ ?ic/ Mr? ?c false io any wail." ?;, g.* i i i J.IHL'.L, ^n.'?.,"!-'A.,. .'.'1 "".'.'."!'-'R" .'?'- JJ.." 1 .. ff -' ' ' ? 'J. zr.--.Ti'-fejftgggg- ?. t-j.JJ .i,1.,-i.i..iajjLU. -L.'_lj?Ta|i^i ^?^rr.-'rrv.'?1^?^-?- ?\~?t,~r*v .>i.:.:. >.'...<-..> _j ...J., j j .j... JP._j_ 'J_1-JL.'"J! '..:?.? J_ . jM'wgJseg ?jg', O. .'I-JLLJ BY R01H.V A, THOMPSON & CO. P1CKENS COURT HOUSE,' S, C SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1867. VOL. IL-.-NO. 42 IP ? Hi I T ? O -A. 3L,. . Letter front Ex.Qov- ,Perry. To thc- Eli i lo rs, bf the Qolumbj?t Plurui.c : There it e .ill heart and life in the repub lic. Tho .recent Opihlqii- nf-the Attorney .General, show's , that civil liberty is not yet dead iii tho Auioritian Government. Ile has demolished the absolute despotism of tho uni tary commanders in thc Sou...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 July 1867

l^l^^a b^keW^oixt 1 iq?.^ ^y^j>prc O i n'tiu ti of tins -ilepiqf ..lenco'iiiul a peculiar. significance. Tu C'iliopiv?on it br?uglitf-JibVAly 5 but to. you' it; ^^^^W^^upuj??o?di lt is trite enough* youi' ;i ' mochas waited non'O'st &'h unbred yty.trA' tV-.r 'X>\ tho; fulli.linont ,of tho pledge rundo to ?eivili ?t?^?u by "tho immortal authors of' tim Dec laration of IiVdopondaoco. JcflcrsOn timi his eolloa^ues hail uioro fiiitb in" humanity than .. their. liYiincdluto , successors. Tho statesmen of-tho epoch of tin) Revolution desired .to ..' Mort? tt .p'crinftncnt un top of States, t.) estai?' 'li^e'd/|uStUl^t lb.- Insufy.dotnestio tranqlijlity, i\, abd securethe blessing ! of libe? ty to all the ? ehildren of tho Itop'ublio. " '?'o day the 'musi cal bolls, of St. Michael's 'celebrate in lilting chimes our-pi'ogre?s in tho work, be<:uu a.cen fury ago by-tho fathers of tho U-cpiibiic. . To? irjtyjji thc fing which (louts'unchallenged through ' ' out'thu Carolinas, is t...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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